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12/4/98. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898

12( 41j98. My Dear .r.Uncle- Rnhe,-I went to a cyclists' ramp yesterday. fnd hd hd eakfast there.' I am now staiinv at Cliff House; Rye. .,I.n liup :t 'seven nelonk yesterday, and rode down to the .camp on mother's' bicycle. There were two tents and a van. For breakfast I had some porridge made'in a billy, and some ham. The party left for town yesterdavy morning. The party was made up of. several people. . They were all on bicycles, and a van followed them with their provisions and two tents. The"'.Cer berus" W'as here on SRaturday, and I went out to tie end of the pier, and saw tho search lights looking for the torpedo bnati, ind all the torpedo boats got within firing range. withiut heing.. seen.' On': tnripedo boat got up by tihe side hf the " Cerbers " without being seen. On Sunday the sailors and Naval Brigade of the " Cerherns " caine on the land:: atTwod oclock, till six oclock.: .Good bye. . :I remain your loving ephewv, E.idC GEORGE HAso: r. ~Age1O years 5months.'

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YOUNG FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898

THE YOUNG FOLKS. . E are pleased to inform our youthful readers that we de vote a portion of our space to their especial benefit. We propose to have it written as much as: possible by children and with this end in view we -will 'offer every week a handsome prize volume. The next competition is for a letter written to Uncle Rube, telling him anything in. teresting and concise. A short anec dote would be acceptable. The maxi mum points obtainable for this compe tition will be 100, ivided as follows:-- Composition, 30; Matter, 30; Spelling, 15; Punctuation, 15 ; Writing, 10. Marysville, April 5th 1898. My Dear Uncle--.I have heard a fable some tima ago, yon may like to hear it. It is called The Peacock and the Nightingale. On a broad green lawn, before a white imar ,,ble terrace covered with flowers,. a Imagni flp'ie.neacock was.enjoying the sunshine one sqmm-er-moraing. His breast. was of the loyliest boltty{ptrerraý s: all ftill of green and golden eyes. Je fan t cied that nobody in ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOUSE HOLD ITEMS. [?]FISH PIE. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 16 April 1898

HOU HOLD, ITEMS. OtDFiSJ PIE, or twice-lai3i arn; a ifaourite dish on board sailing veisisfiift, Vrs ago. The boik!d cuheis 3e wcbtpd:, aiO) onionand herbs tit the cook bhLdf?n., and the whole mixed with ha.t its v.?-;t, 'm.-r cr iess, of maehed potatoes--raw egc or t?r, and a little milk and butterwere .se aldi . o when obthanable -and thr3 fixure we pot into a buttered tin or basil?and sen~t t a hot oven, with a paper oil tle top at dirst (isnetimes, I believe, it was bolcd instead of baked), and egg sc.ace, if *..ilic, srrved with i:t.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Wandin District Horticultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

Wand in District Ilorticultural' Society. At the 'monthly meeting of the above society, held on .Tuesday even ing, very encouraging reports were pre sented of the-success of the late show. Several importanit business items were attended to, an' interesting discussion following, a' to whether the usual Chrysanthemum Show should be held. As it appears that the recent rains ha:e greatly benefited the blooms, it was decided to hold the same in the Atheneum Hall, Lilydale, early next month, when, it is hoped, that a good show of flowers will be given, combined with that of fruit. At the next monthly meeting, which is to be held on the 5th prox., among other import ant items of business will be that of the annual election of officers for thQ ensu.iig year.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CHATAUQUA. MEETINGS CONTINUED. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

CERISTIAN ENDEAVOR CWATAUQUA. M.EETINGS. CONTINUED. FRIDAY. [The foregoinig appeared as :an "' Extra." on Tuesday iast.] In the afternoon an open Parliament was. held in 'th' Athelstane 'paddocks, when the subject for discussion: was "Christian Eudeavorism and Wordly Ahiusenient.d' The Rev. W. Clark oc cupied the chair and conduicted an ex cellent meeting. The Rev. J Darroch, of Eltham, spoke first. He was of opinion that worldly amusements, if not carried to. excess, were beneficial. He was followed by Mr. G. Allen. Air ,D. Bruce and 'Dr. Wariren+ also conteinded tiatone wh'o h-a adOirist& for his all, should need no other amuse ment whatever; .Prayers and hymns were giveni through" 'the meeting. At 7.30 in the evening, a service of praise and prayer was held in the marcquee, and then the crowd began to come in, and by the 'time 'the regular meeting started, the tent was packed full. The general meeting was on the subject of Good Uiitizenship, with the keynote, Our Country,...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Christmas Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

Grand rains have fahllen, so the district is already beginning to assume its usual ap pearance for this time of the year. Al ready farmers are taking advantage of the break-up of the drought to make things ready for next season. As it is, a number of residents have lost a gruat deal of stock, and those still existing are dragging a precarious living from the sun-scorched paddocks. Nothing of any moment has transpired since my last. m? -im . m . .

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Wandin. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

Wandiu. The popularity of the district as a holi day resort, has been fully demonstrated this Easter by the unusually large influx of visitors, and with the short distance from the metropolis, combined with the natural beauties of the Wandin Yal lock district, its popularity should increase. The Rev. J. Iarninghamn reports rainfall at Wandin Yallock as follows:-March 1897, 3 inches 34: points, compared with 91 points for March 1898. Already 1 inch 93 points have been registered for April, and for the whole corresponding month of last year, 2 inch-.s 73 points were re corded. An excellihnt heloinnirlg has been made for this month which, it is expected, will continue.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

SUNDAY. A meeting for Praise and Prayer was heldlat 9.45 a.m., at which various speakers added testimony of praise to the Almighty One. A united Sunday School Demonstration was held in the marquee iii the afternoon, when a large attendance assembled, the'greater pro portion of whom being Children. Messrs WV. H. Scurr and the Rev. Mr. Field addressed those present, their re marks for the most part confined to the young, who seenied to thoughly ap preciate the versatile efforts of the lec turer. Mr. Scurr has a happy way of expressing himself in such matters, and he delivered a very able and intel ligent address, which was welcomed by his listeners. An Evangelistic meet ing was held in the marquee in the even ing, the large tent beingl:packed to its utmost capacity. Addresses were de livered by Sister Hannah and W. H. Scurr, illustrated with anecdotes, and the speakers were accorded a very patient hearing. The respective gentle men laid stress ripon the important work they had in view...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

MONDAY. This was a day of heart-searching. A sunrise prayer meeting was held at 7.30, followed l'y a bible study at 10.30. From 11. to 1.2 was designated " The Quiet Hour, " and in the afternoon a nicnice was held at ponnnelly's Creek. The 'time was' give? up to matters dif f ereat. I?lthd1 ' e in[g a consecration meeting was held in lhe marque. :The Rev. S. C. Kent conducted the meeting, and delivered tle Consecration Prayer in an impressive mnnnner. The Rev. J. F. Macrae, of Toorak, addressed the meeting, and much spiritual good resulted. The service closed with 1" Hail, Sweetest, Dearest Tie."

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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THE YOUNG FOLKS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

THE ..YOUNG :.FOLKS. E are pleased to inform our , yLouthfulireaders that we de vote a:portion of our space to their especial 'benefit. -We propose to have it writteh as much as:':possible by children and w;ith _.this` end.lan view we will offer, every,.week a "handsome prize volume.: The next competition is-for a. letter written to Uncle Rube, telling him anything in teresting and concise. ? short anec dote would be: acceptable. The maxi mum points obtainable for this' compe tition.will be 100, divided as follows: Composition, 30 ; Matter, 30 ; Spelling, 15; Punctuation, 15 ; Writing, 10. Marysville, April 5th 1898. My --Dear Uncle-I have, heard a fable some time ago, yon inmy like to hear it. It is called The Peacock and the Nightingale. 'On a broad:greeni:lawn, before a white ma'r ble terrace covered with flowers, a magni ficent peacock 'was enjoying the..'sunshine one summer morning.. His breast was of the lovliest brigh t purple and,.his tail was all full of green and golden ey...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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58 Shield St. Flemington, 13498. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

58 Shield St. Flemington, 13 1 4 1 98. Dear Uncle Rube,-I am' just, going' to tell you a little bit about swimming. Swimming is very gnnd for the muscles of the arms and legs. There are numbers of, people that can swim. and it is very nice on a hot day. It is also cool and iefresh ing. Swimnming-baths, are sot apart, for the convenience of the people, Down at Portarlington, and Geelong, there are great hiiiinbei''of seai-hiiths; ?i'"can hli v? a holt or a cold bath. I will now concliile. I remain your lnvine ni,;ice ISABEL ALICE W X KI-IKAM. Aged 13 years and 2 months.

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Healesville, April 14th, 1898. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

Heal esville,.April 14th, 1898. MY DEAR UNCLE RUBE, ' I wrote yon a letter last wee' but I saw by the "Guardian " that yvon, were away for a weeks holiday, so I tlinught I would write aaain. I hope you enjoyed yobur holiday, -did not go awayi. There were a great number of people up here at., Easter, but they are gzoing away very slowly.:again. My little friend has gone away, she w at away last week, I do miss her:very .much, but my little brother has got his little friend np from Abbotsford now. I went for a lovely drive yesterday evening, as far 'as Gracedale, it was so lovely driving I.:en joyed myself very much.' Dear Uncle Rube I must now close my letter with my very best love to you. .I remain your loving.:niece.' ROSIE PHILLIPS Age'12 years and 4 months.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Yarra Glen, 6498. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

Yarra Glen, 6 I 4 98. : Dear Uncle Ruhe,-Somne time. ago, when the Juvenile Exhibition was on in Balliirat, there .was an. excursion from Yarra Glen'to there. My father took my sister and I to see it. After. getting out of the trin, we went to.see solme ourionsi ties, which, of course we dlid. As I was walking through the refreshment rooms, Ssmething drew my attention to a little train, which would run on rails and eight persons at one time. As we were going to the lakes it was raining and the flowers in the gardens looked lovely. People flocked in hundreds around the statues and statures. .Dear Uncle Rube, as. Lami very food of reidin, :I' would like to win the prize." I conclude hoping to be a little. mnnrs s 1cessfl this time.: . I remain yomir loving nephew, - 'Age 10 years°8 months

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Healesville, April 13428. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

Healesville, April i3 14 128. Dear Uncle Rube,-AsI was ::xv o king through the " Guardian" last week, I iho ticed a separate column for young folks, and I thought that.I would ,lik~to' e w'rito , antd try my Iick. I 'm.t justistnpping up here for "+ holiday with my little friend, and he told me that he had wrote to you. I hope you enjoyed your Eeaster holiday, I enjoyed mine very much. I ýee that there are a lot of visitors up at; Hi?lesville just now. I think that He ilesville is a very pretty place, I gdoout riding and dfiv ing, while I am up here; and I like it very much. Dear Uncle Ruhe as this is my first letter to y'ou, I think, I will conclude with best love.to you, I remaiinyour loving nephew, -CHARLES GAHAN. " Whiteliffs,"( Church' St., Abbotsford. Age 10 years. -

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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POINTS GAINED BY COMPETITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

P9INTS GAINED BY COMPETITOBS. .Com. Mtr. Spg. Punc. Wrtg. T'tl .RB. ?24 28 12 6 `4 74 LW. \V. 22 21 15 10 4 72 I.W. 23 21 13 8 4 69 R.P. 24 18 14 6 6 68 R.P.o. 21 '10 14 12 5 62 T.F. 22. 20 13 6 3 62 E.G.H. 21 22 9'' 8 1 61 C.G. 22 16 9''". 7 3 57 o Denotes Letter No 1. Tom Farrell just defeats Eric Hanson and wins the rio at last. Maud Boone, from being the lo"weston the list, by persd verance, now reaches top score and .the prize. Those going best, for the quarterly prize are Tomii Farrell, Mnriel Hiinson, Maud Boone; Rose Phillips, Isabel Wick ham, and Eric Hanson,? U U\crE RUBE.

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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The Guardian. Scribendi recte sapere est principium et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNINGS. SATURDAY, [?] News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

Scribendi recte sapere est principiun.et fons PUBLISHED SATURDAY MIORNINGS. SATURDAY, . 98. News of the Week. ACCIDENT.-What might have re suited in a serious mishap, but which, we are pleased to state, was not at tended with any unfortunate conse quences, happened to a young man named Mr. J. Smith, who is a well known resident. Whilst having a ride In his " bike" on Monday morning last, he was following in the wake of a vehicle in Nicholson-street, when the conveyance suddenly came to a stand. still, causing Smith to tura quickly. Another vehicle was, however, coming from the opposite direction, and into this bicycle and rider crashed. The young fellow was thrown heavily from his. "jigger," and sustained a nasty injury to his arm, and striking his head on mother earth. His machine was badly damaged, and it is perfectly miraculous how he escaped being smashed up. The young man now feels little the worse for his escapade, albeit he still suffers from the injury to his arm, PAINFUL IN...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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DISTRICT NEWS. Yarra Glen. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

DISTRICT NEWS. [FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS. Yara Glen. The Yarra Glen Racing Club held a meeting here yesterday (Easter Monday.) The day was gloriously fine, and conse quently the attendance was good. VWe noticed a good number of Melbourne visi tors, and one and all seemed to enjoy-the sport thoroughly. The racing produced snomeexcellent finishes, and the uccdess of Mr. G. de Pury's horse, Embrasure, in botli the Easter and Yarra Glen Handicaps was well `received, for that gentleman is not only a thorough going sportsman, but also a liberal supporter of the Yarra Glen Racing Club. Mr. J. Supple's Plunger, which ran second to Embrasure in both races, had a host of admirers,- as, indeed, his splendid running deserved. Another popular; win was that of Mr. L. M'Intyre's Buzz in the Hack Race. As regards en tries, however, this race was disappointing, as only four competitors faced the starter. The High-Jumping Contest brought out eight competitors, and, after a protracted trial, the winner...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROLL CALL. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

ROLL CALL. The, representatives of. the follow ing'^ societieq responded to the roll call :-Collins-street Baptist Society, Armadale Society, Brunswick Society, Wesley Central Mission, Carlton Wes-. leyan Society, China Inland Mission, Castlemaine Society, Convention So ciety, Evangelisation Society of Aus tralia, Footscray, Williamstown, and Yarraville, Hawthorn, Intercolonial Greetings from New South Wales Union, South Australia C.E. Union, Junior Endeavour Superintendents, Kew Congregational Society, Koriot United Society, Lower Hawthorn Wesleyan Society, Middle Park Wes leyan Society, Mornington United Society, Missionary Training HomP, Neerimn South Society, Northcote Wesleyan Society, Prince of Wales Park United Society, South Yarra Bap. tist Society, South Preston Wesleyan Society, Warnambool C.E. Union, VanrracknahPal Society, Wycheproof Society, Yarra Glen O.E. Society, YarravillePrimitive Methodist Society, Vict?ria OC.E. Union, President Vic torian O.E. Union, Heplevrllle...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

TUESDAY. ' picnic was held to-day, when a large number attended tlhe outing.

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A Girl Saved from the Grave. [Newspaper Article] — Healesville Guardian and Yarra Glen Advocate — 23 April 1898

A Girl Saved from the Grave. am 19eas~nfanl;Pe" said°'M is"r` Petrea Paterson, Featherstoje, North Island, New Zealand, to a press repre sentative who interviewed her last month, "aud since I was 15 I ha'e been suffering, more or less. I had~ acute palpitation of the heart, whichl was brought about by anteaaia or blood lessness, to which I was long a martyr. Wheneven I ran upstairs smy heart would thump violently against my sides, and I would be quite speechless for several moments until I recovered my breth. Night after night I tossed, weary and worn-out, on nay bed, trying vainly to sleep. I had fearful attacks of cramp in my legs, and so great was the agony that frequently it caused me to scream out in very desperation.. I was always in a weak, low state, and never felt fit for my work. My legs would at times swell up to a consider able extent, and this naturally occa inned myself and my mother great sus pence. Thus, as I grew older I grew worse and worse, being subject also toa ...

Publication Title: Healesville Guardian And Yarra Glen Advocate
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